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In July 2010, fresh from electoral success, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced at Liverpool Hope University that he wanted to build a ‘big society’.
Here’s what John Spedan Lewis had to say in a BBC radio broadcast in the 1950s as he explained why he had given the family company to the staff: “The present state of affairs is really a perversion of the proper working of capitalism.
ResPublica’s new essay collection is covered by Politics.co.
Co-operative News covers ResPublica’s Making It Mutual collection.
Interest in employee ownership is, in my experience, most often motivated by a desire for a fairer and more responsible form of capitalism and a drive to encourage personal responsibility among employees.
When HMV announced its move into administration earlier this year, it was interesting to watch and contrast the trends of public feeling displayed via national and social media.
Where will you find a policeman being given an affordable home among the community he serves? Or a housing association boss a tenant can have a chat with in the street?
There’s been no shortage of opinion on how David Cameron should lead and direct the Conservative Party over the last few days.
Rochdale Boroughwide Housing welcomes Responsible Recovery, reports the Manchester Gazette.
In the 1960s a local newspaper hailed a ‘plan for gracious living’ in a new town that would be home to more than 15,000 escapees from Liverpool‘s slums and deprivation.
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